Nonprofits are moving more of their work and meetings online, especially since the pandemic struck. While technology offers opportunities for connecting in ways unimaginable a generation ago, it also presents risks and creates digital divides that exacerbate long-standing societal inequities. In a recent Chronicleopinion series, Lucy Bernholz calls on nonprofits to recognize risks associated with an over-reliance on big tech companies.
Join the Chronicle of Philanthropy to hear Bernholz’s views and those of other experts who will discuss these issues and highlight innovative approaches that democratize technology. Our panelists also will argue for greater philanthropic investment in nonprofits’ ability to use technology safely and will share resources to help nonprofits better manage digital risk.
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Lucy Bernholz, Director, Digital Civil Society Lab, Stanford University
Katie Hearn, Director, Detroit Community Technology Project
Cassie Robinson, Senior Head, UK Portfolio, National Lottery Community Fund
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